Rufus Thomas - Funky Chicken flac mp3
Rufus Thomas' first album following Stax's break from the Atlantic had "Do the Funky Chicken" as its centerpiece, so the emphasis upon good-humored dance tunes was unsurprising. There were some weird moments, particularly the down-and-bestial seven-minute update of "Sixty Minute Man" (on which Rufus sounds like he's singing in tongues), a remake of "Bear Cat," and a two-part version of "Old McDonald Had a Farm.
Do The Funky Chicken - Студийный альбом от Rufus Thomas. В альбом вошло 30 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:44:57. Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown. Let the Good Times Roll. Old McDonald Had a Farm, Part 1. 03:40.
Rufus Thomas would storm the soul charts in 1970, scoring three hits, two of them in the Top 10. The title track and his number one smash "(Do The) Push and Pull" were identical - dance-based novelty tunes featuring Thomas' manic instructions and bluesy shouts backed by surging, horn-based soul and funk from the Stax band.
Rufus Thomas (March 26, 1917 – December 15, 2001) was a rhythm and blues and soul singer from Memphis, Tennessee, United States, who recorded on Sun Records in the 1950s and on Stax Records in the 1960s and 1970s. He was the father of soul singer Carla Thomas (best known for the classic song "B-A-B-Y") and keyboard player Marvell Thomas. A third daughter, Vaneese, a former French teacher, for years had a recording studio in upstate New York where she sang for television commercials.
Album · 1996 · 8 Songs. Funky Chicken Rufus Thomas. The Very Best of Rufus Thomas. That Woman Is Poison!
|1||Do the Funky Chicken Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||3:15|
|2||Let the Good Times Roll Fleecie Moore / Sam Theard||Rufus Thomas||3:35|
|3||Sixty Minute Man Billy Ward||Rufus Thomas||7:17|
|4||Lookin' for a Love James Alexander / Zelda Samuels||Rufus Thomas||3:43|
|5||Bear Cat (The Answer to Hound Dog) Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller||Rufus Thomas||2:52|
|6||Old MacDonald Had a Farm, Pt. 1||Rufus Thomas||3:40|
|7||Old MacDonald Had a Farm, Pt. 2||Rufus Thomas||2:45|
|8||Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||2:40|
|9||Soul Food Dallas Frazier||Rufus Thomas||4:27|
|10||Turn Your Damper Down Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||2:49|
|11||The Preacher and the Bear Arthur Collins||Rufus Thomas||3:51|
|12||Funky Mississippi Eddie Floyd||Rufus Thomas||2:55|
|13||So Hard to Get Along With Lee Harris / Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||3:01|
|14||Funky Way Calvin Arnold||Rufus Thomas||2:56|
|15||I Want to Hold You Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||2:06|
|16||Itch and Scratch (Pt. 1) Isaac Hayes / Irving King||Rufus Thomas||3:12|
|17||Itch and Scratch (Pt. 2) Isaac Hayes / Irving King||Rufus Thomas||3:00|
|18||Boogie Ain't Nuttin' (But Gettin' Down) (Pt. 1) Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||2:54|
|19||Boogie Ain't Nuttin' (But Gettin' Down) (Pt. 2) Rufus Thomas||Rufus Thomas||2:43|
CreditsJames Alexander - Composer
Calvin Arnold - Composer
Arthur Collins - Composer
Eddie Floyd - Composer
Dallas Frazier - Composer
Lee Harris - Composer
Isaac Hayes - Composer
Irving King - Composer
Jerry Leiber - Composer
Fleecie Moore - Composer
Zelda Samuels - Composer
Mike Stoller - Composer
Sam Theard - Composer
Rufus Thomas - Composer, Primary Artist
Billy Ward - Composer